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Bristol firefighters will be dousing each other instead of flames this weekend as the annual Firemen’s Field Day is scheduled Sunday. The annual firemen’s muster — scheduled for … more
Great Italian food and entertainment will be featured on the Bristol Town Common this week as the oldest, continuous religious feast in the diocese begins Thursday, July 13. The 119th edition of … more
LITTLE COMPTON — The Summer Church Fair in Little Compton returns Friday, July 7, and Saturday, July 8, with traditional summertime fun, all while raising funds for the United Congregational Church. more
After many months of preparation and weeks of build-up, the party is finally here! Tens of thousands of visitors are expected to flood into Bristol this weekend for the oldest continuous Fourth of … more
The Fourth of July is obviously the focus in the “most patriotic town in America” this weekend, but the oldest Independence Day parade in the country isn’t all Bristol has to … more
Daring rides, flashing lights, music, Doughboys and screams make the Bristol Carnival a fun time for all. There are rides for all ages plus games and prizes. Stop by the Bristol Train of … more
The Fourth of July Concert Series wraps up tonight with two popular bands making their return to Independence Park. Trinity Monday, July 3, 6:30 p.m. Trinity is comprised of three vocalists … more
It'll be paradise for parrot heads in Bristol Sunday Night as the premier Jimmy Buffet tribute band, Changes in Latitude, takes the Independence Park state for the Fourth of July Concert Series … more
There's something for adults and kids Saturday as the Fourth of July Concert Series continues. Check out the day's acts below: The Frog and the Prince Saturday, July 1, 1 p.m. The Fourth of … more
Arborist and cemetery historian Chris Fletcher will lead visitors through one of the most historically significant cemeteries in the area this weekend as the Bristol Historical & Preservation … more
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